- Pop Chronicles
The Pop Chronicles
"The 'Pop Chronicles' Team" circa 1970. From left to right are John Gilliland, unidentified, Sie Holliday, Chester Coleman, and Thom Beck. Courtesy of The John Gilliland Collection.
Home station KRLA Syndicates Armed Forces Radio Creators John Gilliland Producers Chester Coleman Narrated by John Gilliland, Sie Holliday, Thom Beck Air dates 1969 to c1971 No. of episodes 55 Other themes The Chronicles of Pop by Len Chandler Website The John Gilliland Collection
The Pop Chronicles of the 50s and 60s
Inspired by the Monterey Pop Festival, the Pop Chronicles of the 1950s and 1960s was originally produced at KRLA 1110 and first aired on February 9, 1969. John Gilliland narrated the series along with Sie Holliday and Thom Beck (pictured). Also performing interviews were Dick LaPalm, Lew Irwin, Harry Shearer, Mike Masterson, and Richard Perry. The show's brief recurring theme song “The Chronicles of Pop” was written and performed by Len Chandler. The engineer and associate producer of the series was Chester Coleman.
KRLA 1110 originally broadcast an hour a week of the Pop Chronicles, which were later syndicated and broadcast on Armed Forces Radio. The photo above indicates that it was broadcast on KABC-FM sometime before that station became KLOS.
The Pop Chronicles of the 40s
The "Pop Chronicles of the 1940s" was produced by John Gilliland and broadcast on KSFO (AM) while he worked there beginning in 1972 and 1976. This was also syndicated and broadcast on AFRTS. In 1994, an edited version was released as the four cassette audiobook Pop Chronicles the 40's: The Lively Story of Pop Music in the 40's. This was later rereleased as The Big Band Chronicles.
Pop Chronicles the 40s
Cover of Pop Chronicles the 40's: The Lively Story of Pop Music in the 40's ISBN 978-1559351478.
Home station KSFO Syndicates AFRTS Creators John Gilliland Narrated by John Gilliland Air dates 1972 to 1976 No. of episodes 24
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- The Pop Chronicles audio at the University of North Texas Music Library
- The Pop Chronicles Presents The Forties originally broadcast Sunday, November 5, 1972
- Index to Interviews at The John Gilliland Collection at the University of North Texas Music Library
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- Los Angeles Radio People, G
- The Man on the Beat: John Gilliland and The Pop Chronicles, 2008 Association for Recorded Sound Collections conference presentation by Andrew Justice and Jonathan Thorn (audio).
- Gilliland, John. "On Chronicling Pop." in Los Angeles radio people: Volume 2, 1957-1997, by Don Barrett. Imprint Valencia, CA: db Marketing, 1997, ISBN 9780965890700. (The pages in this book are not numbered, but Gilliland's essay is located between the E and F entries.)
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- ^ Ruhlmann, William. "((( The Big Band Chronicles > Overview )))". allmusic. http://www.allmusic.com/album/r618134. Retrieved 2009-08-03.
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